Just synched all the iPads to the Mother Ship yesterday. Clinic starts on September 12. The patients and clients have been selected, data sheets designed, students being oriented to the process. Thanks to Maestro Caputo! Stay tuned, folks.
I purchased the first 3 applications for the iPad project yesterday, under the watchful eye of Maestro John Caputo. We now have a program for articulation disorders, a program for that pesky “r” (the bane of every student clinician!), and a “talker” called ProLoquo for those patients who are unable to verbally communicate. Inch by […]
Today I met with John Caputo to learn how to blog about our upcoming experience with the Apple iPad in our clinics. We will be using these iPads as AAC (alternative and augmentative communication) devices for people with communication disorders. We have selected 5 patient types: 2 brain-injured patients; 1 stroke patient who is already using a […]
The IT department is excited to announce the first grant awarded in the Technology Innovation Partnership Program. James Mancinelli, Director of Clinical Education for Speech-Language-Hearing, will be investigating the utilization of computer-assisted treatment (CAT) techniques with the communicatively impaired pediatric and adult populations. This project will use the iPad as an augmentative and/or assistive communication device (AAC) for children […]